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. >>> we'll hear from president bill clinton. >>> motor city master pieces. the latest on possibly selling artwork opened by detroit. could it pull the city it of bankruptcy, and should it? >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "weekends with alex wit witt". president obama surging congress to extend benefits for 1.3 million workers. they are set to expire just three days after christmas. >> if congress refuses to act it won't just hurt families already struggling. it will actually harm our economy. unemployment insurance is one of the most effective ways there is to boost our economy. when people have money to spend on basic necessities, that means more customers for our businesses and ultimately more jobs. >> the republicans are focusing on obama care. >> families who work hard and play by the rules deserve some basic choices, fairness and relief. that's why the house has passed legislation to delay the individual mandate for all americans and let you keep the plan you like. these proposals are among the dozens of jobs bill awaiting action in the democratic-run senate. >>> good news on
lake city and kansas city prepare for the mls cup. and in this league the match was a family battle. the entire league is a single business entity. >> we created the structure that allows us at a very high level to think of things that will help the game grow, and to try to avoid. >> it handles tale teams and it proves that it's working. >> i don't think you can find another soccer team in the world that can say the same thing. i believe we have one of the most competitive soccer leagues in the world. >> they're disciplined and organized and careful about how they spend money. the major league soccer has a salary cap of $3 million. >> it can't touch the pay of the three big sports. the nfl salary cap is $123 million. pro basketball, $59 million. that's per team. the entire mls league wide payroll, $89 million according to the league office with each team allowed to over pay key players. >> the reality is that money talks. and players are, you know, are working towards their livelihood. they have limited careers they want to make as much money as possible and no one can fault them fo
. >>> good evening, the investigation into the crash of a commuter train in new york city early sunday morning at a wildly high rate of speed appears to now be focusing on the alertness level of the engineer at the controls. at 82 miles an hour, the train was going way too fast for the turn, more than double the speed limit for those rails. the ntsb says there is no evidence of a mechanical problem thus far. today, the first lawsuits were filed in this derailment that killed four passengers, injured over 60 others. the outcome of this investigation could have fraud impact on public transportation. it is where we begin again tonight with nbc's tom costello at the scene of the wreck. tom, good evening. >> reporter: hi, brian. the executive director for the union tells nbc tonight it looks as if the engineer nodded off at the controls. the engineer has told police he believes he zoned out. blood and alcohol tests are back, negative for the entire crew. still waiting on blood tests, meanwhile, the ntsb says the checks of the trains brakes and rail signals were all working properly. it was
in cities like dallas. heavy snow, ice, freezing rain and brutal winds lashed the central part of the country. the south bore the brunt of this brutal weather system. in dallas, and major southern cities, temperatures remain below freezing turning sleet and slush to hard ice, up to one inch on some roadways, making everyday drives treacherous trips. >> watch out, everybody, here it comes. >> i've only seen it worse like this in my life. i've been driving for 37 years. >> reporter: hundreds of traffic accidents reported since friday causing extensive delays, closing i-35 several times up to ten hours. >> you try change lanes and you're going sideways. >> reporter: in ohio this public bus lost control and slams right into a parked car but sliding down the rest of the road sideways. across arkansas and texas, utility crews are scrambling to clear ice encrusted power lines, as more than 200,000 customers remain without power. airlines have canceled nearly 1,000 flights today, with more than half of those flying through dallas, stranding 4,000 people. one traveler recorded this cell
clinic set to open tomorrow in redwood city. about 1600 people have signed a petition against it. some neighbors say they are against planned parenthood because of abortion and lower property values. the redwood city location will only provide medical abortions, not surgical ones. >>> there's a push to create a park in honor of a 13-year-old santa rosa boy shot and killed by a sonoma county sheriff's deputy. sonoma county supervisors are set to meet tomorrow to talk about it. supporters of andy lopez have planted an oak tree near the spot where he was shot. he was carrying a plastic gun when deputy erick gelhaus shot and killed him in october. >>> a teenager set on fire because he was wearing a skirt returned to class today. luke "sasha" fleischman walked into maybeck high school three weeks after the incident. fleischman suffered burns on his legs and is still recovers. the 16-year-old boy who allegedly did it faces hate crime charges. >>> the palo alto war veteran detained in north korea for more than a month is said to be in good health. the swedish ambassador visited 85-year-old me
for wednesday, december 11, at 8:00 a.m. at city hall. mayor's office will also have a condolence book starting on monday. the public can sign that. flags in the city have been ordered to fly at half staff until next sunday. >>> and tomorrow, we will air a special one-hour tribute to the life in the work of nelson mandela and you can see it beginning at 6:00 on our sister station, kpix5. >> these two teams, they don't like each other. >> hoping to avoid a scene like this. bay area police come up with their game plan attack. any trouble at candle stick this weekend. >> ice storm working its way across the nation turns deadly. the main focus covering 800 miles of road. >> at risk, bay area kids on a mission they never thought they would experience. what they are learning to give them a head start to their future. ,,,,,,,,,,,, at a minivan ful >>> this scene sparked national outrage in new mexico police officers shooting at a mini van full of children. tonight that officer is out of a job. the state police fired montoya days after suspending him. he can, however, appeal the decision. the video
at the intrepid museum in new york city and a decommissioned naval destroyner boston. in new york, bryan llenas, fox news. >>> in alameda the u.s. coast guard honored pearl harbor survivors including this man, refired nave petty officer, who was serving aboard the u.s.s. utah. even after orders to abandon ship vaessen staid at his post and kept lighting burning as long as possible the he is holding a flashlight and wrench and says these two items along with knowledge of ship are what saved his life. >>> authorities this southern california are concerned about a public memorial for actor paul walker after the posh he porsche crashed. the sheriff's office says the event is not sanctioned by the county and there are worries that the crowds will get too big and traffic will clog streets. >> a couple who never knew paul walker now wants the world to know about his generous spirit. kyle and kristen upham say in 2004 that are were shopping for an engagement ring. walker happened to be in the store at the same time. actor apparently overheard kyle talking about leaving for iraq soon and he couldn't af
the police come when they call so that the city can be safe. >> shaft was murky when asked how she planned to deliver on the police promise. >> i will be rolling out a campaign platform in the new year. >> juan declined to comment about shaft or oregon challengers. she did however release a statement saying "i have not yet announced my reelection plans and won't be commenting on potential candidates. right now i am focused squarely on my priorities as mayor "therefore there are officially five candidates. there may be more in the future. rank choice really shook up the last race. how do you think that will affect things this time? >> it's going to be another roll of the dice. rank choice voting allows people to pick three candidates first round and then they stack up the votes. if you don't get enough your votes go to somebody else. if they don't get enough, it goes to the next person. there is not a run off. it helped her get elected. it could hurt her reelection efforts. you are right. more will be coming into the race and one talking about it is jean's old friend and advisor, dan seeger
up at 238. as you continue to drive south, it gets a little bit better in union city and it slows in fremont. 7:03. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. >>> the investigation continues into an early-morning fire at a san jose mobile home. it started shortly after 2:00 this morning near monterey road and firefighters still have not located the elderly man who lives in the unit. ktvu's katie utehs is live on the scene with the new information about this mobile park. good morning, katie. >> reporter: good morning, tori. i just got off the phone with san jose fire's public information officer. he says now that it is daylight, the plan to move forward, research this mobile home. as you can see, it's completely gutted. early this morning they got through 80% of the home. they still need to search through the kitchen. they hope that will give them more identification or contact info as they try to find the elderly man who lived here. they do not believe he was home at the time of the fire. let me show you some video and some pictures of the flames and smoke coming from the mobile home at
. >> reporter: but even if he never makes it to the plaza e. has friends like these city workers looking out for him. >> i tell guy, don't judge no one. you never know what a person went through. >> reporter: and then there's his infectious inner peace. all the money in silicon valley just can't buy. how do you manage to keep a positive attitude? >> faith, prayer. it works. try it. >> reporter: bill weir, cnn, new york. >>> all right. much more of the newsroom straight ahead. hello again. i'm fredricka whitfield. a cold snap is gripping the central parts of the country knocking out power for hundreds of thousands of people. grounding flights and plunging many states into bone-chilling cold. how long will it last? we'll tell you next. >>> after six weeks locked up in north korea, an elderly u.s. war veteran is suddenly freed. we're going to take you to california live for the latest on his whereabouts. >>> and nelson mandela. you know him as an antiapartheid revolutionary, a prisoner, and as south africa's first black president. but what about an athlete? we'll take a look at his love of spor
nign new york city -- but colorsf the south african flag shin brightly atop the empire ste building in honor of nelson mandela. mandela will be laid to res a state funeral next sunday. as alphonso van marsh reports--heads of state frol over the world are expectedo attend. nats celebrating people of l nelson mandela. it's set for next wednesday at 8 a-mt city hall. the mayor's office will also have a condolence book that public can sign starting mo. and flags in the city have ordered to fly at half-staff until sundown next sunday. tomorrow night we will air a special one-hour tribute toe and work of nelson mandela. you can see it starting at 6 o'clock here on kpix 5. at the controls of a plane.r at the helm of a boat... how these bay area teens are learning skills they never considered before. >>> and how the bay area teens are having skills that they never even considered before. >>> and take a look at this. yeah, the conditions of the sierra tonight and the trouble that people are having getting up there. we'll be right back in 70 seconds. ,, [woman] you wrapped the... [man] it's n
to be house guests there. minus 8 in rapid city. 20 kansas city. factor in the wind chill. you don't want to be outside in rapid city where it feels like minus 21. 9 in kansas city. feels like 16 in dallas. people are urged to stay off the roads. they had some of that icy mix over the last 12 to 24 hours. it has not melted. people cannot drive. part of the energy across the west, that's going to bring snow across the four corners. even some of the lower elevations of southern california. if you can believe it. we are going to see record lows tonight across california. winter weather advisories. some of this energy is going to continue to move eastward. we'll see several inches of know in the midwest tennessee valley. tonight, clear across the northeast. cold air still in place. look what happens. there is our low and wintry mix sunday to monday. this is going to continue to the overnight into monday's drive in. when you see pinks on the map here, that's accumulating ice. anywhere from 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch of ice on the roads. on the power lines. if this comes true, we could be dealing wit
. >> that should be happen. no. in san jose, such a rich city, you can't have people dying outside. that's not okay. >> shelters are bracing for more frigid nights. in san jose, john alston, abc7 news. >> a homeless man was found dead in dublin and authorities say it could be another death due to cold in the bay area. his body was found on valley parkway. an autopsy to determine the exact cause of death is scheduled for tomorrow. if exposure did cuss his death, he would be the fifth person in the bay area to die in the frigid temperatures over the past two weeks. >>> there's a lot of snow in the sierra this morning. the placer county town got a good dusting. and check out the snow from heavenly mountain resorts. city carries got three feet of new snow from the storm. all are offering limited operations but are still waiting until they get more snow. >>> the temperature drop in central valley is threatening lemons and other citrus crops. the lemons on the outside could be in jeopardy. they even use a helicopters as a flying wind machine to force warm air closer to the ground. stay on top of the weat
for passengerers onboard this train, just outside new york city, when it came barrelling off the tracks. you can see some of the train cars just barely missing the river. not everyone survived this crash. the injured rushed to new york hospitals. and take a look at this tonight. video coming in, shot by a passenger from another train. one of the first to drive by the accident site. you can see the cars there toppled on their side. some of those train cars rolling over, windows smashing, passengers thrown from their seats. first responders rushing to the scene, searching for survivors. some climbing out of the wreckage themselves. emergency teams carrying some of the bodies out. and quickly getting to the injured. some of them critical. they had almost made it to where they were going, new york city's grand central station. the train accident just outside manhattan. and that's where we begin with abc's gio benitez on the scene for us tonight. >> reporter: tonight, as the mangled commuter train sits just feet from the river, the search for clues is on. what caused this morning's dramatic derailmen
is focused near the small isaho town of yellow pine. the plane took off from baker city oregon montana. >> reporter:engine trouble was reported.but now.no sign of the plane or the family.and snowy weather is hurting their search efforts. >> reporter:kron four's jeff bush is live tonight in san jose.where neighbors of the family on board are hoping what >> reporter: officials tell kron4 that the owner of the airplane is the one piloting the aircraft. how many or it is unclear who is on that airplane and what has happened specifically. engine troubles or the guard went out for rescue mission but had to turn back because of bad weather. there will be back up tomorrow searching in the air and on ground. >> pam: developing tonight. >> pam: a playstation- 4 video game sale. turns deadly. police have arrested a suspect accused of shooting and killing a man. who was trying to sell a playstation- 4 in san francisco. >> pam: 21 year old -- ronnie collins of san francisco. was arrested on suspicion of murder and attempted robbery. meantime. the victim has been identified as e-kenna u-wa-ka of dal
and to extend the unparliament beunemploymentagain benefits to those individuals. it's a per citie persist persist would be terrible to tell families that they're out of benefits. we are hoping that congress will address this challenge. >> one. interesting thing about these good economic numbers the economy has improved and the unemployment rate went down despite the head winds that were supposed to hold the economy back. you won goar how good the greefort would be woit the government shut down that threatened the economy over the course kft last month and from october to november trchlts good news for the white house and the country's economy and we'll see if it sustaineds tes sustaine sh quite er and if th -- quart qua. >>> we continue owr coverage off the life and death of nelson mafmandela. joining us is a professor of an anthropology. she is here to talk about the future of the state since the passing of nelson mandela. >> let'thank you for being hereh us. thank you for inviting me. where is the future headed now that nelson mandela has passed away. >> it's a profound question and a s
: that was exactly the concern. the threat of freezing rain and people trying to commute into the city and also since there's a second wave this evening, they were worried they'd be trying to leave home in another round of those dangerous conditions on the road. the other concern were the cold temperatures, worried about volunteers being out here for prolonged periods of time. we keep talking about the temperatures, now cold air. many people without power. 5,000 people lost power yesterday. now it's down to about 500 in memphis. you talk about the temperatures dipping down and the threat that more people can lose power if we continue to see freezing rain tonightthat's what's on everybody's minds right now. >> absolutely. thank you so much. we appreciate you doing yeoman's work out there. a lot of questions also remain after an 85-year-old korean war veteran was mysteriously released after mysteriously being held in north korea for six weeks. merrill newman is now back safe at home. >> reporter: putting on military fatigues in a run-down office in seoul, former members talk about the korean war. now i
isn't doing much to help a daley city family that is now in mourning. >> he does that all the time, things like electronic, so this is what we does, every time he does it. >> reporter: that may be what cost him his life. ikenna uwakah's father is wondering how an online ad turned deadly for his son. ikenna was shot to death near the corner of bayshore boulevard around 3:30 yesterday. according to police, that's the location where he agreed to someone who responded to his online ad to sell his playstation 4 for cash. police say the killer took the video console then repeatedly shot ikenna. >> i love him to death. i don't know what i can say. >> reporter: onyebuchi uwakah described his son as a nice boy who enjoyed buying and selling electronics. the video console uwakah was selling is a very hot item that's been flying off store shelves. >> said that the body's with the medical examiner. until he's done with his job. >> reporter: we know uwakah was with his girlfriend when the transacti aaction turned deadly. she was not injured and was able to call 911. uwakah's family lives in dal
for wednesday, december 11th at 8:00 a.m. at city hall. starting monday the mayor will have a condolence book the public can sign. flags in the city are flying at half staff until next sunday. tonight a special one hour tribute. and you can see it beginning at 6:00 right here after this newscast. on kpix 5. >>> still ahead, bat kid returns to san francisco. after getting to live out his fantasy how he's helping others make their domes come true. -- dreams come true. >> and bay area veterans who were there tell us what they experienced at pearl harbor 72 years ago today. ,,,,,, [uncle]this is hopscotch,okay? uncle go one,two,one,two,one two,one. [niece]okay! [uncle]okay? [niece]one,two three,four,five,six,seven,eight! [uncle laughing] okay,we go the other way,okay? [niece]one,two,three,four,five, six,seven! [uncle laughs]there's ten spaces,you want to try again? [uncle]yeah? francisco today for a make-a-wish fundraiser. >>> well, after winning hearts in san francisco and beyond last month, that kid returned to san francisco today for a make a wish fundraiser. >> i think we just showed you the
:00 a.m. at city hall. it's starting monday the mayor's office will also have a condolence book that the public can sign. flags in the city have been ordered to fly at half staff until next sunday. >>> and arktist plaque still has a -- blast still has a strong grip on the midwest. >> creating conditions on the roads and in the skies. parts of little rock, arkansas appeared frozen in time. they became solid sheets of ice overnight. >> and thousands of travelers were left stranded at dallas fort worth international airport. more than 1,000 flights have been canceled since thursday leaving many to spend the night on cots. >>> well, sharing personal information without being asked to. how california's health care exchange says the move is meant to help consumers. >> and no sill rans to fight this -- villains to fight this time. the mission that brought bat kid back the san francisco today. ,,,,,, ,,,,,, weren't expecting. california >>> if you've looked into getting health care through covered california, you may get some calls that you weren't expecting. california's health exchang
, the combination of which will make for very rough travel anywhere from d.c. all the way up to new york city. boston looks like it will start as snow but eventually during the day today will transition over to that wintry mix. talking about a very difficult monday morning commute here for much of the east coast. ice will continue all the way back from east virginia to west virginia. places along the coast could be milder. tells could drop to below 4 for minneapolis, 9 for chicago, 12 for kansas city, 14 for fargo. even california beginning with a deep freeze this morning and will likely do so for another couple of days. megan glaros, cbs news, chicago. >>> well, president obama and the first lady leave today to attend if memorial for nelson mandela in south africa. it will be one of the largest gatherings of the national dignitaries in years. alphonso van marsh is in south africa with a preview. alphonso, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. as you mentioned authorities are rushing to prepare for that massive memorial that will be held tomorrow at the stadium. now, that stadi
at the freeze warning again, covering all of the bay area except city of san francisco this, is in effect from 10:00 tonight until 9:00 in the morning. look for subfreezing temperatures, lows down near 20 degrees. exposed pipes could burst under the conditions and there is increased risk of hypo therma. a hard freeze is in effect for central valley. a live view now from our camera looking at the clear and sunny western sky. 20 inland, wednesday morning cold again, inland lows mid-20s down to about freezing around the bay. by thursday morning we'll see a little bit less cold weather beginning to settle in over the bay area. >> this weather may have proved deadly. authorities trying to determine whether a home ls man died from exposure. >> abc7 news is live now from hayward. >> still very cold out here. this is where police say the body of a man was found yesterday morning. they believe he could be the latest victim of the brutal cold snap this, courtyard is where a passerby made a grim discovery. the body of a homeless man wearing a sweat shirt and shorts. police believe he likely died from exp
establishing a clinic in redwood city. >>> world aids day was celebrated locally at the national aids memorial grove in san francisco's golden gate park. more than 600 people gathered for today's ceremonies. the founder of the black aids institute said those who succumb to the disease should not have died in vein. >> every man that's in that cirquele, for every person who is naemed or not named who has been lost to this disease, we owe it to them to bring about the end of this epidemic. >> he was referring to the growth circle of friends. the ceremony was concluded with supporters gathering for the reading of the names of those embraced into the circle. >>> still ahead on abc 7 news at 6:00, why oakland airport has seen a huge decline of flyers since 2007. >>> plus, what american shoppers are purchasing this holiday weekend. >>> and how a seracha plant forced shut down is making light of the stinky situation. >>> how you can help us feed the bay area this holiday season. visit the abc7 facebook page and take the pledge to give where you live. with each pledge we'll donate $1 in your honor to t
getting into their normal place of work. the city's main square was surrounded by barricades. the chant was revolution. the president's office was ringing with riot police. tonight, from inside those defenses, he gave a lengthy interview in which he appealed for calm. >> members of the government and the security services and the people on the rallies must all , he toldhe law interviewers from four different tv channels. >> but his rivals called on him to step down. foreign language] >> there is still an arab determination from the protesters thomas who say they won't go away until the president resigns -- from the protesters, who say they won't go away until the president resigns. >> we want to see a new leader and government here in the ukraine. >> i think most people will stay here. all of the ukraine is coming here. >> people are coming every day. >> it is just the beginning. >> the trigger for these protests was the president's decision to postpone ukraine's move toward the european union and away from russia. for many, especially in the western half of this divided country, that w
police police officer -- san jose police officers may finally have that deal with the city. ed to they voted to accept the tentative agreement reached with negotiators last month. if approved on december 10th, police officers will get a 4% raise in says -- in san jose in four years. at 6:00, hear from one officer who says it is not about the money. his insight and frustration tonight at 6:00. >>> frustrations also coming from bart riders. at issue, whether or not bart negotiated in good faith. ktvu's tom bake live from the west oakland bart station with more on a lawsuit that could actually end up changing the law. >> reporter: here is the next chapter in all of this. what negotiators could not settle in nine months may well be settled by a judge. but who knows when. >> next up for this union train operator, alameda superior court. the union says bart's board was obligated to either accept or reverdict the total final negotiated contract, not just eliminate the paid family leave clause. >> cannot refuse to ratify a total package agreement without good cause. >> bart negotiated
and blankets and cash to prevent more loss of life. >> that shouldn't happen. in san jose, in such a rich city you can't have people dying outside. that's not okay. >> shelters are bracing for more frigid nights. in san jose, john alston, abc7 news. >>> a homeless man was found dead in dublin and authorities say it could be another death due to the cold bay area weather. his body was found on valley parkway. an autopsy to determine an exact cause of death is scheduled for monday. if exposure did cause the man's death he would be the fifth person in the bay area to die in the frigid temperatures over the past two weeks. >>> sky 7hd captured the white caps on mount hamilton. the weekend forecast calls for more below preeing temperatures in parts of the bay area, but it is not likely that these peaks will get anymore snow. lots of snow in the sierra. the placer county town of apple gate got a dusting. and lake tahoe, and the ski resorts got up to three feet of new snow from the storm. all sierra resorts report they are offering limited operations until they get more snow. interstate 5 is back ope
. >> that shouldn't happen. no. in san jose, such a rich city, you can't have people dying outside. that's not okay. >> shelters are bracing for more frigid nights. in san jose, john alston, abc7 news. >> a homeless man was found dead in dublin and authorities say it could be another death due to cold in the bay area. his body was found on valley parkway. an autopsy to determine the exact cause of death is scheduled for tomorrow. if exposure did cause his death, he would be the fifth person in the bay area to die in the frigid temperatures over the past two weeks. >>> there's a lot of snow in the sierra this morning. the placer county town of applegate along i-80 got a good dusting. and check out the snow from heavenly mountain resorts. the ski area got three feet of new snow from the storm. all ski resorts report they are offering limited operations until they get even more snow. >>> the temperature drop in central valley is threatening lemons and other citrus crops. the fruit on the inside of the trees is okay for now, but the lemon on the outside could be in jeopardy from the big chill. citrus g
than it was spline from baker city or can. heavy snow or low visibility. this search connection to san jose the pilot is from san jose. we will keep you posted on this developing story. >> reporter: 1 person injured and police are looking for the shelter as we began. if fight led to the shooting. several people: 91 just after 130 before four and eight shots fired the victim was conscious and lay to loaded into an ambulance. the investigation is ongoing. pam? lopez was shot and killed by >> pam: a sheriff's deputy. sonoma county supervisors will consider the memorial at their meeting tomorrow. they will also consider starting a task force on police and community relations. >>lopez was shot to death. while walking through his neighborhood on october 22nd. deputy erick gelhaus shot lopez. >> pam: the deputy told investigators, he believed the airsoft b-b gun lopez was holding. was an assault rifle. >> pam: the white house is now pleading for north korea to release the 85-year-old >> pam: palo alto man detained a few weeks ago. this is merrill newman - making a so-called apology over the
francisco will hold its own memorial for mandela wednesday at 8:00 a.m. it will be in the city hall rotunda. former mayor willie brown has been asked to organize the service. . >>> let's head over to rosemary orozco. we have the oakland holiday children's parade today. hoping for some good weather for that. >> it will be dry. bring the winter coat. you will need it again. behind this system cold air spilling into the bay area, could be breezy for some of us into the afternoon. it will be a chilly one. we'll struggle in the upper 40s the sun is shining it's makes its way up. another, i don't know, minute or two until the fish sunrise. we might be right up on it. we're clearing out this morning. let's look at some of the rainfall totals over the last 24 hours. .47 in napa. .4 in santa rosa. almost .3 for oakland, san francisco picking up almost .4. san jose picking up .13. we have seen snowfall in areas right around the santa cruz mountains, right over the summit, mount st. helena has reported a little snow. northern areas of napa county reported some snow yesterday. a few sprinkles that ma
, it feel also worse than that. minus 23 is what it feels like in rapid city. feels like 9 in chicago. single digits in kansas city. this cold is going to hang on. so first round of weather moving off the east coast. we are seeing a little mix here once again across the arklatex. we have some energy moving in across the west that's going to help this next storm system really get its act together over the next 24 to 48 hours. future radar, we're going to see some snow over the four corners. fresno, you could get measurable snow as well, the first time since 1998. temperatures 27 degrees in fresno, california. then we watch the future radar. a mix of snow, rain and sleet. we could have another ice storm on our hands affecting million also of people sunday into monday. look at the forecast precipitation. where you see pink on your screen, that's where we could see some measurable ice on the roadways. on the power lines, we could have power outages for days, if not weeks, if this ice storm pans out to what we think it could. again, the radar is going to show you where we see the potential
of them here in the ruins city of tacloban her story of survival is not a happy one. she takes me to and a ba to an d building. >> she lost her home and she now has to figure out how to feed her younger siblings. she is now a sex worker and gets paid as little as six u.s. dollars. i'm forced to do this because of my siblings. i don't know how they can survive. because we are poor and we always have to scrape for everything. i feel jealous. i know girls like me should be going to school everyday. but what can i do? i have to work. i have to help my pairchlts paro provide for my siblings especially now. typhoon haiyan struck the fill philippines a month ago. 10% of the country's population has been affected. >> the government is unable to provide for the millions of people that need food and shelter and medical. cash for work programs help employ thousands a an thousandss say it helps bring back their sense of dignity. one of the big problems is security. the u.n. estimates that 300,000 people may have already been exploded. explode -- exploited. many in places that they are looking
city is down to 26 and concorde 23. freeze warnings posted throughout the day. let's get the latest. >> brian, it has been cold and challenging week for those living on the streets. kpix on reaching out to the homeless. >> volunteers have been handing out blankets, hats, and socks all day long. trying to convince the homeless population to come inside a warm shelter on a cold night. doing that is not as easy as it sounds. >> you can find homeless hiding in plain sight all across silicon valley. , in public parks, under overpasses. people like jimmy. >> very hard. i mean, you don't know where your next meal will come from. you don't know where you'll get a blanket. >> teams of volunteers took to the streets this weekend, trucks packed with supplies searching for any and all of santa clara's 7600 homeless with a new sense of urgency. after four others froze to death this week. >> i have done outreach for a few years now and i've never encountered this many people out there, ever. >> there are plenty of empty beds, but sometimes getting people to come is the hardest part. from t
, so freeze warnings in the entire area except the city. temperatures range from the low 20s to 36 degrees. watch your pants, sure, and your plants and pets and forecast lows tonight we'll be looking for 23 degrees in santa rosa, 29 in san rafael, 27 at livermore and after temperatures bottom out tonight we'll turn it around tomorrow with high pressure building in. numbers will actually begin to warm. we'll have the whole forecast in a few minutes from now. >>> so far so good, citrus farmers in the central valley say they have dodged the blunt of the storm that brought wind, rain and freezing temperatures. they managed to prevent crop damage by lighting fires and using wind machines as lows dipped to the 20s, but they will keep up their fight against more frigid temps this week. >>> merrill newman held captive more than a month in north korea said he was kept in a hotel, not a jail cell. the 85-year-old palo alto man spoke to the santa cruz sentinel today. he said he was well fed and kept comfortable. when asked about the apology that was broadcasted earlier this week, newman said
with the urban heat island meaning that we'll stay a little bit above freezing in the city itself. overnight lows will be as low as 23 degrees at santa rosa tonight, 24 at napa, san jose down to 30 degrees and redwood city 28. we'll have the entire forecast which does look frigid for tomorrow but a warming trend in sight in a few minutes. using wind machines -- as ls dipped into the 20's. but they will still keep up the >>> citrus farmers have managed to prevent crop damage by lighting fires and using wind machines as lows dipped to the 20s, but they'll keep up their fight against more frigid temps expected this week. >>> a massive tribute today to paul walker near where the actor lost his life in a fiery crash. the memorial was organized online and drew people from all over. walker was an inspiration to many. >> reporter: fast cars pulled back and drove slowly past the memorial set up in honor of fast and furious star paul walker and his buddy roger rodas killed here eight days ago in a fiery crash. fans from as far away as arizona and colorado were among the thousands here today. manuel tonega
anniversary got a taste of the city they just left. >> expecting sunny. it was supposed to be our anniversary and here we are like in weather just like chicago. >> reporter: to get out of the 39-degree cold, some folks jumped in 104-degree water at the call calastoga hot spring. >> it is good for you. >> reporter: walking back into the cold is hard part. abc 7 news. >> no kidding. >>> check out this cal trans image. 101 north is shut down due to snow and traffic related collisions and this picture is just west of there on highway 20. in sierra, chains required at 3,200 for drivers. there's a winter storm warning until 10:00 this morning in the lake tahoe region. elevations above 7,000 feet there you can expect 1 to 2 feet of snow. >>> the freezing temperatures damaged some fruit trees in the east bay. at four winds growers in fremont, avocado and pink lemon trees had the most damage and they were insulated but still the cold seeped in. heartier plants were not affected. >>> this morning, much of the u.s. is covered in ice and snow, especially the south and midwest as a wintry blast heads east
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at the timing. lots of cold air in place. on 4 o'clock that's when we'll see the snow in new york city. it looks like we may not see much, but we are finally seeing the snow come down past new york, and then we'll get a mix of the warmer air surge from the south and the wintry weather will change to rain, so the monday morning commute will be a bit nasty. >> breaking news out of iraq where 16 are dead after a series of bombings across baghdad. it occurred in are predominantly shiite muslim district. violence in iraq has reached levels not seen in years. >> south korea raised the stakes expand its air defense zone. it follows a move by china. the south ean and chinese areas overlap. japan says they'll talk with their neighbours about access. >> it's a direct response to china's extension of its air zone. that extension overlaps seen's air defense zone and pertinently japan's one. china and japan over the island. that's an area includeing a reef. there is a south korean scientific research station built on that, it has a helipad on it and is under de facto south korean control. because of an accid
. >> welcome back. we now know why this commuter train derailed yesterday in new york city. it was just going too fast. as it came up on a curve. the national transportation safety board says, information from the train's two data recorders shows the train was goiing 82 - miles- an- hour, on a turn when it should have been going no more than 30 mph. four people were killed, including jim lovell, a married father of three boys. >> this is what his family had to say. >> "i just want to say that he was a very loving father and i miss him a lot, and everybody cared about him. everybody." >> the engineer told officials, he applied the brakes but the train did not slow down. investigators found that the brakes were applied five seconds before impact. they say, they're looking at the engineer's cell phone records. and will continue to question him. >> the state of illinois is home to the worst pension crisis in the u-s. so today, lawmakers are coming together for a special session to address the problem. right now, their plan is to save the state about 160 billion dollars over 30 years by trimming r
take a listen what it felt like trying to drive into the city. >> we had an exciting ride down. took us nine hours, which is normally a four- to five-hour trip. window wipers icing up. lines down over the highway on 55. it was closed for a time. and winter everything from ice to snow. it was a -- it was a journey. >> reporter: so, just for that reason you can tell that right when people were trying to drive in or drive out is the second wave of the ice storm is expected tonight, would have been very dangerous and the exact reason they did have to cancel the marathon. on the other side of it are these freezing temperatures that we're talking about. with the windchill this morning it was in the single digits, as we start to cool off again tonight, we'll get another round of freezing rain that will be a concern. and many people without power, yesterday about 5,000, and today it's 500 people, but with another round overnight tonight there's a potential for even more people to lose power and many people saw half an inch of freezing rain in west memphis that's what they saw and north of us in
at the soccer city stadium. it conceded 95,000 people. it was the site of the 2012 world cup final and known as the kalabash. it's a cooking pot shaped in the form of a cooking pot. wednesday to friday nelson mandela's body will lie in state in the union building in pretoria. that's the official residents of the current president jacob zuma. there'll be many memorial services throughout the country during the three days. there'll be a state funeral. however, we have information because at that funeral nelson mandela's family and the world will say goodbye to the first nobel peace prize laureate and will be attended by world leaders, the president, mrs. obama, david cameron and his wife. the final details of the state funeral have not properly been worked out. it is reported to be sunday 15th, but it's not guaranteed. that will be the day hes buried in his ancestral home. it's 450 miles since johannesburg. that is the site of the - of three of his children and close family members. it's in a place like this that nelson mandela. madeba, will lie in peace forever. >> that was al jazeera's john
. the nonprofit organization that wants to do that for children in each bay city. >>> and he is back, there he is, braving chilly weather to kick off a special fundraiser and all the hype over his return to san francisco. >>> a nonprofit in the east bay is hoping to provide a safer environment for children to play in east oakland, today, the group called east oakland community play date held their monthly event. kids and families had the opportunity to get a healthy breakfast, do arts and crafts and listen to live music, among other things. but organizers say their goal is to provide a better future in east oakland. >> we're not exactly sure how we'll help the next generation learn to change the statistics of gun violence and poor outcome for their livelihood without actuallyúgítting to know one another, and without faith to bond and form new relationships. >> just come out one saturday and check it out. you give the kids a chance to be kids if they can in their own neighborhoods. >> east oakland community play date is in the middle of a month-long on-line fundraiser to the crowd-pleasing websi
. a magnitude 4.5 earthquake rattling towns near oklahoma city saturday. >> things fell off the wall. things fell off shelves. at first you don't know what's happening and then it sort of settles down and you can take inventory. >> luckily no other major damage or injuries reported. this quake comes just weeks after the two-year anniversary of the strongest earthquake ever reported in the state, a magnitude 5.6 back in 2011. >>> 60 survivors attend an anniversary of the attack on pearl harbor. a moment of silence was observed at 7:55 a.m., the minute the bombings began. >> it was a day of gallantry and unquestionable heroism even as it was a day of sacrifice and loss. for those who gave the last full measure of devotion that day, we feel a deep sense of sorrow for the loss of such potential. >> 2400 sailors, marines, and soldiers were killed in the attack that day. those are your news headlines. >> jess dean is here. we have a storm alert. deadly storm blasting the southern states, snow and ice heading east. icing conditions in dallas causing thousands of flight cancellations. janet dean had
to stay here until 6:00 tonight. planned parenthood plans to open this clinic in redwood city tomorrow afternoon. protesters say they are fighting that opening for several reasons. >> so we're very concerned about these three issues. you know, the lowering of our property values, our children being such young age and using their parents' consent, and the trouble i troubling plans. >> reporter: we did reach out to planned parenthood this morning. so far, we have not received a call back. reporting live in redwood city, maryann favro, nbc bay area news. >> thanks. >>> natural gas will be flowing through the pipeline that has been at the center of controversy in san carlos. it went offline at the beginning of october after people worried about the safety of that line in the wake of 2010 explosion in san bruno. pg&e plans to start service on the pipeline today but at a much lower pressure than the pipe was designed for. >>> police on the peninsula are investigating are crash that killed a pedestrian. it happened about 6:15 this morning near the highway 92 overpass in san mateo. a pedestria
right now. >> congressman, thanks very much. i know you're going to stay on that. motor city, detroit, was given green light to move forward with the largest public bankruptcy in u.s. history. federal judge determined that detroit had met the conditions necessary to be in bankruptcy allowing the city to come up with a plan to get rid of $18 billion in debt that largely involves pensions. protesters outside the court echoed the argument for unions and retirees with deep cuts in their pension as part of any bankruptcy plan. at least one union announced the plan to appeal the decision. detroit's mayor kevyn orr said detroit has lost nearly 1 million residents since 1960, a chance for a fresh start. >> none of whom by wait filed objection to our eligibility. but equally important, our labor partners to come forward with us and to take this opportunity, even in the process of litigation and appeals to try to get at the sorely needed reform that this city has got to achieve so we can move forward into a new day. o big. too small. too soft. too tasty. [ both laugh ] [ male announcer ] introd
dream got a boost today the 14-year-old from daily city is battling salivary cancer the cancer is life threatening. she's been busy going to treatments and couldn't plan for the birdie. she got a dress and shoes, too. >> it's a very warm feeling that people there are there to make other people feel better. >> the campaign raised $6.5 million to grant wishes to children. >> i will be hosting an event tomorrow called braft bay. and the mini caped crusader bat kid will be there. miles scott a 5-year-old cancer survivor. tomorrow miles will reunite with the police chief for that fund-raiser so other kids will see their wishes come true. >> that is great >> nice to have bat kid back, too. an injured bird released back into the wild today the bird is a california gull, found emaciated in august. and the center from silicon valley discovered it had a federal identification band on its leg. and was bagged in mountain view 28 years ago. >> remarkable. >> so spencer is here to tell us more about the rain. >> yes. yes. >> so i can tell you about snow first. taking a look at live doppler seven hd.
to fix oakland's public safety radio system could cost the city tens of millions of dollars. a city commission recommends oakland replace all 2,700 police radios as soon as possible. and that could cost between 15 and $20 million. oakland officials have been working for months to repair the system. many describe as unreliable. a malfunction even happened during president obama's visit to oakland last year. >>> the latest numbers released today show the job situation in this country is showing signs of steady improvement. november's unemployment rate dropped to 7% from 7.3%. that is its lowest level in five years. and the labor department reported employers added 207,000 workers last month. hiring was across a broad sector as well. that jobs report triggered an increase after days of decline. the nasdaq added 29. >>> gunned down and killed in front of his front door. the trouble police believe this man interrupted right before he was shot. >> we told you about a system bringing rain and snow. find out how long a subaru... ...are the hands that do good things for the whole community:
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